While test labs continue to play a critical role today – managing these labs has become quite complex and expensive as new equipment interfaces and applications are introduced.
Integration with equipment like Traffic Generators, Network Emulators, Network Monitors, Physical Layer Switches, SUTS and so on, can make the entire process daunting and exhausting.
To help shed some light on the importance of lab management and test automation, QualiSystems (News - Alert) recently sponsored a webinar, “Breaking lab barriers: a unified solution for Test Automation & Lab Management,” which addressed how the combination of Test Automation, Lab Management and proper driver creation maximizes test lab performance during test equipment upgrades and replacements.
QualiSystems provides Test Automation solutions so organizations in the telecommunication, mobile, aerospace and defense, automotive, electronics, medical devices and other industries, can drive innovation, efficiency and ROI.
The company’s TestShell Test Automation provides end-to-end test automation for virtually any hardware, electronic device and embedded system so equipment manufacturers and service providers can improve product quality, shorten time to market and streamline compliance and audit trails.
Featured guest presenter Maya Ber Lerner, product manager at QualiSystems and Eitan Lavie, director of Technologies, also detailed how QualiSystems TestShell Test Automation Framework increases efficiency and improves product quality during the Webinar event.
“In today’s fast paced environment, equipment aspects constantly change,” Maya explained.
What happens when these equipment aspects change?
In the past, Maya said, we have rewritten and updated tests, and if custom drivers were used, we had to do tedious maintenance, which required programming and specific knowledge - a big effort.
“TestShell overcomes these challenges,” Maya said. In addition, TestShell also overcomes equipment changes by adding functionality to existing drivers, allowing you to create your own drivers from scratch.
To find out more, check out the archived version of the Webinar HERE.
Stefania Viscusi is an assignment editor for TMCnet, covering voice and Voice over IP technologies. She also oversees production of TMCnet's e-Newsletters in the areas of Internet telephony and speech technology. To read more of Stefania's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi